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Narayan Adhikari, Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Badri Adhikari, Department of Computer Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA
Bal Krishna Bal, Department of Computer Engineering, Kathmandu University, Nepal
Rashmi Bhardwaj, School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Indraprastha University, Delhi, India
Debendra Banjade, Department of Mathematics, Coastal Carolina University, USA
Chet Raj Bhatta, Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Ghanshyam Bhatt, Department of Mathematics, Tennessee State University, USA
Milan Bimali, Department of Biostatistics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA
Mahananda Chalise, School of Management (SOM), Tribhuvan University
Ram Prasad Ghimire, School of Natural Sciences, Kathmandu University
Dil Bahadur Gurung, School of Natural Sciences, Kathmandu University
Dipak Kumar Jana, Applied Science, Haldia Institute of Technology, W.B., India
Durga Jang KC, Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Vikash Kumar KC, Department of Statistics, Prithwi Narayan Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Chakra Bahadur Khadka, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Shree Ram Khadka, Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Shankar Prasad Khanal, Central Department of Statistics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Ganesh B. Malla, Department of Statistics, University of Cincinnati – Clermont, USA
Jyotsna Kumar Mandal, Department of Computer Sciences, Kalyani University, West Bangal, India
Danda Bir Rawat, Department of Computer Science, Howard University, Washington, DC, USA
Rama Shanker, Department of Statistics, Assam University, Silchar, India
Gyan Prakash Singh, Department of Statistics, Banaras Hindu University, India
Vikash Raj Satyal, Department of Statistics, Amrit Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Subarna Shakya, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Pulchowk
Sahadeb Upretee, Department of Actuarial Science, Central Washington University, USA
Bishnu Hari Subedi, Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Mr. Keshab Raj Phulara, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
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Nepal Journal of Mathematical Sciences (NJMS)
ISSN: 2738-9928 (Online), 2738-9812 (Print)
The Nepal Journal of Mathematical Sciences is now available on NepJOL
Aim & Scope
Although, there is no page limit for a paper to submit in NJMS , it is strongly suggested that a complete manuscript be no less than 5 pages and no more than 20 pages (10 pt, including figures, tables, and references) as mentioned in the paper Template. However, this can be extended with the acceptance of the respective referees and the Editor-in- Chief. The submitted manuscript should meet the standard of the NJMS.
- Required files Manuscript must be prepared in Microsoft Word format (For Template Click Here) or LATEX (For Template Click Here) in the prescribed format with given page limit as mentioned in the template.
- Cover Page Manuscript of a paper should have a cover page providing the title of the paper. The title should be concise, specific, accurate and relevant that reflects the content not exceeding 20 words in length.
- Authors Names and Institutional Affiliations This should include the full names (with no titles or qualifications), institutional addresses (Department, Institute, City, Post/Zip code, Country), and email addresses of authors. Authors and affiliations must be linked using superscript numerals. The corresponding author should also be indicated.
- Abstract Each article is to be preceded by an abstract up to maximum 250 words, that highlights the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the research work. Abstract should not contain any images or equations.
- Key Words To identify the subjects under which the article may be indexed, 4-6 key pertinent words should be provided.
- Introduction The introduction briefly describe the problem, purpose, significance and output of the research work, including hypotheses being tested. The current state of the research field should be reviewed carefully and key publications should be cited.
- Materials and Methods It describes the research plan, the materials (or subjects), and the method used. New methods and protocols should be described in detail while well-established methods can be briefly described and appropriately cited. It explains in detail the data, sample and population, and the variables used.
- Results The results section should provide details of all of the experiments that are required to support the conclusions of the paperwork in a clear and logical sequence. If tables are used, do not duplicate tabular data in text, but do describe important trends and points.
- Discussions This section should describe the limitations of the research plan, material (or subject), and methods, considering both the objective and the outcome of the study. When results differ from those of previous research works, explain the discrepancy. Discussion can also be combined with results.
- Figures and Tables Figures and Tables are to be separately numbered, titled in the text serially. Each Figure/Table should be placed at proper place of the text.
- Conclusions This section is not mandatory, but can be added to the manuscript if the discussion is unusually long or complex.
- Acknowledgments Acknowledgment is not mandatory. Acknowledgment should be included at the very end of the paper before the references.
- References The reference list appears at the end of the paper. It provides the information necessary for a reader to locate and retrieve any source cited in the body of the paper. Only published or accepted manuscript should be included in the reference list. Papers that have been submitted but not yet accepted should not be cited. NJMS accepts books, journals, and conference manuscripts only for citation. Authors are advised not to use websites URL references in the works cited list. The authors are advised the following points:
- Number the references (numbers in square brackets) in the alphabetical order from the authors list.
- Indicate references by number(s) in square brackets in line with the text. The actual authors can be referred to, but the reference number(s) must always be given.
- Use Italic font for the ‘journals and the proceedings’ in which the paper has been published. Mark Italic font on the title of ‘books and dissertations’.
- Please start references in the text in ascending order of the form , ,,… For example, “… Beaumont et al. . … studied [2, 3]. Faraji and Nourouzi  obtained …
a) Research Articles:
 Beaumont, J.F., Béliveau, A., & Haziza, D. (2015). Clarifying some aspects of variance estimation in two-phase sampling. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 3, 524–542.
 Faraji, H., & Nourouzi, K. (2017). Fixed and common fixed points for -weakly contractive mappings in b-metric spaces. Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis, 7(1), 49-62.
b) Doctoral Dissertation:
 Oliver, T. H. (2009). The Ecology and Evolution of Ant-Aphid Interactions (Doctoral dissertation, Imperial College London).
c) Research Book:
 Mursaleen, M. and Başar. F. (2020). Topics in Modern Summability Theory. Boca Raton : CRC Press.
Call for Papers
Authors are requested to submit their papers in the form of Microsoft word format (.doc or .docx). If authors have used Latex software for article preparation, they are requested to submit it in PDF format.
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Published By: School of Mathematical Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal
The Editor-in- Chief will forward the paper for review process or communicate back to the author if the manuscript meets the aim and scope of the journal otherwise the manuscript will be rejected, or should be rewritten and resubmitted for further review process. If the manuscript is forwarded for the review process, the authors will be notified by the Editor-in- Chief for the specific purpose. The reviewing processes will be informed to the corresponding author by the Editor-in- Chief. The Editor-in- Chief will proceed forward for further evaluation process among the experts recommended by the author himself or any other experts. The Editor-in- Chief will assign manuscript to three referees for the review. The reviewers will write a report to the Editor-in- Chief as their recommendations accepted or to be accepted with minor revision or to be considered with major revision or be rejected lacking the standard of the journal. The same rule applies to the papers authored by the editorial board members. It is scheduled that the overall review process will be finalised within three months of submission. The referees will be requested and reminded by the Editor-in- Chief accordingly. The reviewers are informed about the authors through the paper submission; however, authors do not know the reviewers. At the end of the review process, the Editor-in- Chief immediately informs the author about the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript. On acceptance, the author is expected to incorporate the modifications suggested by the reviewers (if any) and submit a soft copy (both tex and pdf files and all figures) of the final revised manuscript to the editor in communication.
For any additional information, technical problem and queries regarding the NJMS, please contact to
Prof. Dr. Narayan Prasad Pahari
Director, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal